NEWTOWN, Conn. — A Newtown Middle School teacher was arrested Wednesday morning on charges of bringing a gun into the building and placed on administrative leave, the News-Times reported.
Jason Adams, 46, of Currituck Road, Newtown, was detained by school security when he was found carrying a concealed weapon, the News-Times said.
Adams has a valid pistol permit, but violated state law and school policy, the News-Times said.
Adams was charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds and released on a promise to appear in state Superior Court in Danbury on April 20.
Sandy Hook Elementary School was the scene of a shooting in which six educators and 20 first-graders were killed by a lone gunman, who also killed himself.
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